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    Mothers for hire

    Many Australians travel to India and pay surrogate mothers to bear their child. But the local women are often poor, desperate and exploited. SHE was very precious to us. Now we cannot do anything about it. Please leave,'' is all that Premila Vaghela's sister would say to an Indian journalist...
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    India's Poor Starve as Politicians Steal Their Food

    A 20-minute drive from the Indian village of Satnapur, past bone-dry fields and groups of malnourished children, there’s a government storage facility overflowing with wheat and rice. The complex is five football fields long and holds 57,000 tons of food meant for some of the nation’s 350...
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    India's Poor Starve as Politicians Steal Their Food

    A 20-minute drive from the Indian village of Satnapur, past bone-dry fields and groups of malnourished children, there’s a government storage facility overflowing with wheat and rice. The complex is five football fields long and holds 57,000 tons of food meant for some of the nation’s 350...
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    Indian IT commissioner talking about Cloud Computing **MUST WATCH**

    hahaha watch the entire video..:rofl::rofl: Subtitles included. Vishwa Bandhu Gupta Explains Cloud computing [funny] English subtitles - YouTube This dude says we don't know whether cloud computing is affected by rains or not..haha so that's the drawback of cloud computing..:yahoo::yahoo:
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    Pakistan's Imran Khan Must Be Doing Something Right

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/19/magazine/pakistans-imran-khan-must-be-doing-something-right.html?_r=2&pagewanted=all Read the entire article at NYT.
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    Pakistan frees 55 Indians for Independence Day

    Pakistan frees 55 Indians for Independence Day AFP | 5 hours ago 10 Indian fishermen wait to board into a bus after their released from a jail in Karachi. – AFP (File Photo) KARACHI: Pakistan on Wednesday released 55 Indian fishermen, 15 of them teenagers, as a “goodwill gesture” to mark...
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    Standard Chartered laundered 250 Billion for Iranian Government: NYSD-FS

    Shares of Standard Chartered bank have tumbled in Hong Kong despite the bank denying allegations that it illegally "schemed" with Iran to launder money. Its shares fell as much as 7.5% to HK$174 in early trade. The New York State Department of Financial Services said the UK-based bank...
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    First Muslim scientist who recieved the UNESCO Science Prize is a Pakistani

    Dr Atta ur Rahman Atta ur Rahman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Bangladesh cannot help Rohingya - Prime Minister of Bangladesh

    PM says Bangladesh cannot help Rohingya - YouTube Reporter really grilled her.She doesn't have a heart.She even said that Rohingyas are treated fairly in Myanmar.
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    Imran Khan awarded honorary fellowship by Royal College of Physicians

    Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan has been awarded an honorary fellowship by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (RCPE) in recognition for his contribution to cancer services. The fellowship has been awarded for his contribution through the Shaukat Khanum Memorial...
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    Afghan policemen defect to Taliban in Farah province

    An Afghan police commander and 13 junior officers have joined the Taliban in the western Afghan province of Farah, in what correspondents say could be the biggest defection by police. They say the commander, named as Mirwais, was in charge of a 20-man checkpoint when he defected on Sunday. The...
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    Why it Never Gets Better in Afghanistan: A Documentary

    Why it Never Gets Better in Afghanistan: A Documentary - YouTube Few Highlights 1) Drug Abuse is ramptant among Afghan Security Forces. 2) Even a district commander of police force is given General Rank. 3) Young Boys are sexually abused by old men. 4) Police takes bribe for everything...
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    Super-rich 'hiding' at least $21 Trillion

    A global super-rich elite had at least $21 trillion (£13tn) hidden in secret tax havens by the end of 2010, according to a major study. The figure is equivalent to the size of the US and Japanese economies combined. The Price of Offshore Revisited was written by James Henry, a former chief...
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    Robert Fisk: Sectarianism bites into Syria's rebels

    A young Syrian turned up just over a week ago at a smart office block in Beirut with a terrifying message. Without giving his name, he said he wanted to speak to another Syrian who worked in the office, a well-educated man who left his country months ago. The visitor was taken upstairs and...
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    ONE OF AMERICA’S FINEST HOURS – RESCUING THE BALKAN’S MUSLIMS FROM GENOCIDE

    NEW YORK – Most people don’t know, or have forgotten the horrors of the 1992-1995 Bosnian War. Not a leading New York Rabbi, Arthur Schneier. Last week, he was the sole invited speaker as 520 newly discovered or identified bodies of Muslim victims were buried at Sarajevo’s...
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    Poverty drives Indian woman to sell infant son for Rs 62(1$)

    Araria (Bihar), Jul 15 (PTI) Driven by poverty, a 35-year-old woman allegedly sold one of her infant twin sons to a Nepalese couple for Rs 62 in this district, police said today. Shannu Khatun, who begs to make a living, said she gave away her 16-month-old son a few days ago near Forbesganj...
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    India underestimates poverty in comparison to global standard

    NEW DELHI: What would global poverty look like if we worked with national poverty lines instead of the accepted international definition of $1.25? Economists Ugo Gentilini and Andy Sumner set out to answer this question and among their findings is that one of the biggest changes would come on...
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    Lenovo CEO Donates $3 Million Bonus To 10000 Employees in China

    The list of CEOs and other execs in the US that have accepted multi-million dollar bonuses for lording over the crash and burn of a company (or even an entire economy) is staggering. And we can guarantee you that most of that money went towards fancy cars and golden toilet seats. Lenovo's Yang...
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    Russia to Back Pakistani Draft on Syria Monitor Mission

    Russia will support a draft resolution on a technical extension of the UN observer mission in Syria for 45 days, Russia’s UN envoy Vitaly Churkin said. The draft was submitted on Thursday by Pakistan after the UN Security Council came to a deadlock over ways to resolve the current political...
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    Fragile peace barely holds in tense Kashmir

    All it took was an electrical short circuit that reduced a mosque to ashes to make Indian-controlled Kashmir resemble the bad days of 2010. Late last month, the over 200-year-old Sufi shrine of Peer Dastageer Sahib in the capital Srinagar was set ablaze in what officials said was a wiring issue...

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